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SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
Sino~ Lie .- ~ t ýte last meeting of the Presbytery of Sydney a call was priesentcd from the. Presbyterians of. Shoallaven, inviting the Rlev. - illiam Mitchell to, become their piastor. Mr. Mitchell was lately' minister of the second Presbyterian Church..of Kilhnrc, in the . colony of Victoria; and -hans" for some time been ofliciating in the district of Sihoalhaven: The. call was signed by 159pesns,o chiefly heads of fainilios., Mri . hlitchell,:w'hi was.pr 'sent, .declared'thael he intended .to accept the call.. The c?ll was duly sanctioned by' the Presbytery,' who appointed the in dnuction to take plaeo in the. church at Numba, Shoalhaven, at three :o' cloc on rWednesday; the 2nd of Septembei next.. LOST MaIL BAOs.-a On the 'night of the, 12th instlit two sinall bags were lost from. the coach in crossing the Macdonald, at: iBo?idemeer It appears that'at sundown MIr. O'Dell, the driver,. Was informed that. the river in the -mean .time had risoi, and' he attempted to turn. The hor...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
RAILWAY A tUCTION DEPOT. Vat Cattlc:-- Mailcet firm. ' I-'rilte iobs are worth £a5 to £5 10s. I sold at the depot, yes terday, 20 prime cows,-D. Beill, Esq., at from £3.17ss Gd to £S, a?;verad e £5 I also sold to-day blierf in darcase frotm lid to 24d per lb, 1' at Slhiep.--iarket stetady. Prime flocks are weotli 15 ' StoreStocik.-?o transactions to report. I i',avc" several lots' under offer in the 'lanelroo diistrict : IIorses.-Good animnals are in demand, and wotild coite to a gord market. ' ?Iiluch Cows perfectly unisaleable, conse quentls no price can le quoted. Proticd'Seale.--Illailhy Auction Depot. -The supply of calves and pigs was equal to demaind. Lmimibs"seareo; iand none prime to liand. , 'Pdoltly in- good demand. Roasters Sw'ro moreopleitiftil and prices receded. Pork : -in' carcase sold well:' Butter, no clhango to report.p ;Bacon continues firm tfor prime ; in fe :ior'quality difficult of sale, Prices obtainold wero as follows:- Calvdse' s to 50s; lhimbs; 18s Od to-1...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
3 ' HORSE ?MARKET.' Mr.o Cbrtyn reports Thli heali' bewi a good demuand for horses this week, and tho fresh country lots sold readily, both at tle Bazanar and at the Camn-" perdowan Salo Yards. 'ioTh?iprincipal lots of - fred since .lst report wore asfollows :-A? draft? of lighlt liorses" froitlh tl 'stlid 'of Thomipson,Eagls; Dapito, at from £4 td £10 s:; a::draft t?tom .l Bcrrina, belohgiig to Mr. :Thom '~'. Galbraith, at' froth £4 to £18Gs ; a h'idd 'draft. of ibrokon-in liorse.s and (colts. fio?4tho :IIunter River district," from £4 to £~·; E~i7;
WOLLONGONG AND KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
WOLLONGONG AND KIAs MA, Our harbor works ire onace ore it a complete stand-still, the ciaise being; that the men were unable to .'ern sufficient wages to support their families;and' it is even alleged that they cannot get-paid` for what they have done. Who is to blame for all this ? During the last three weeks scarcely four days' work have been done, and to judge from appearances there is little chance of matters improving. We have met in public meetings; sent deputa tions to the Minister for Works ; received fair promises in reply; and yet for weeks together the works are at a stand still. There is some proposal to hold another public meetiug, but after what has been done we cal see but little utility in doing so. Another deputation' would meet with afew few fair words and, promises, to be followed by the same apathy and ne-. glect which our harbor works are now laboring under. To our' thinking, the better way woild be to get some member of the Assembly to ask the Minister for Work...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
THE "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING 'OFFICE, NAnrEUT SQTIASB, SCIANA. M T T H EpiB IYOP R IE T O R S beg to .inform the S u. P.oblic 'of Jaimbdroo, Gerrintgog, Shoal lhaven, Ac.,&c., that tlheir Office is replete w..Wilthvcery deoscription of the most modern . PLAIN AND FANCY TYrs, BORDERS, .&.,. Which enables them to execute work in a style ooliil to any other office in the Colony, with . hitnnst accuracy and despatch. Plain tand Orhamental Printing, in overy aricty and style, including .Pami hlets Law Forms Catalogues Business Circulars' Societies' Rules Labels Reports.' Posters Billhlead Hland Bills Business Cards Crd Promissory Notes Lctises Agreements. , They hope, by. moderate charges, neatness and accuracy in the execution of their work, with punctuality in comtpleting orders, to se= .core a.share of :public patronage. S :. In terms of tihe present postal arrange Smcets, Printing can be foorwarded to any part: of the. colony, at a merely uominal rate of .postag...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
N:E.W> EALAND. TIE Soustcer' Cross of thei lt instant supplies us with the following resumnd of the war news of tho month. It says : The.:storm;w hich hasi so loing been brewing, has come at last; .we are now face to face with thile great native, diffi oulty in its legitimate form of a war with the tribes of Waikato, the o ost:powerful,; nearly thq most ,warlike, aind quiteo'the most dissifected- tribes in New Zealand: The course of o'eents has been very rapid: since 'the .fil't'intiniation .6f:iar, which, had notA.akon plhc i'hen our last 'sum maryivas issued. At that time the only -?eimennis indicating the" events so soon to follow wero the facts that the Govern mont had seen fit to call dut'the militia for drill, that a corps':of four hundred volunteers had been called for by the Go vernment from the.militia, and that Ge neral Camseron was gradually pushing on his forces towards the. advahced posts on the Waikato River.. On.the 9th of July, however, a, decisive step was taken ...
THE MEARES TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
THE MEARES TES'IMIONI L. The address underneath is the one ne tually read and presedited to lir. Aleares, at the Court-house, some time since, to gether with the purse of sovereigns. Un fortunately it was imislaid at the time, and has only just turned'up, swhich Will account for its being brought before the public again, the one given in our columns before being only from memory. We are informed by Mi. R. .f. OwQuilthat he has seen the astiele purlhased by asr. Meares ; it is, he says, is silver tea ura, very chaste and beautifisl. The inscription, too, has been engraved on the front, and altogether forms a very handsome imemento of the Kiama people. " ADDRESS PRESENTED TO W. D. M.RtiES, .rsQ. "We, the.undersigned, inhabitants of Kiam i and surrounding district, :cannot allow the opportunity of your leaving this place to pass withouit giving expression to those feelings of respect and esteem which you have gained from all classes..of our community during your residence amongst us of...
THE LAST OF THE O'CONNELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
THE. LAST OF TIHE O'CONNELLS. (From the Times.) , Nine-tenths of 'our' readers would either not notice at all, or notice with utter.unconcern, a couple of lines in our columns. to day which thi~tjr years ;ago would 1ihave been incredible. In those two lines are foniid two nanies, the jukt-: position. Mr: Daniel O'Connell, member' of which even now sooms scaieely possiblo' for Tralee, and the only representative in parliamentof thegigeat agitator, hlias eooen appointed a Special Commissioner of In conme Tax in tihe 'room,of the late Mr. Bonham. m The latter.name suggests little to the rising generation, so, for their sake; we may as well observe that he was a very useoful and warmly-appreciated friend of the lat Sii Robert Peel, who rewarded his devotion withla well-paid and not over-worked place in the Inland Revenue. It was the ,very place for him; so he thought, doubtless, and so did other people. ' But is it justto tohe nieinory of the O'Connells to say the same:of this appoin?ni...
KIAMA SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
SMIAMA SCHROOL OF ARITS. Thieadjourned debate which,' on account of the weather, had boeen postponed for a fortnight, took place at the Court HIouse on Wednesday evening. Mr. 'John Marks, one of the. Vice-Presidents took the chair, and!opened the meeting by the announce ment that \Mr. John Dymock would resume the debate on the question "Ought we to sympathiso with President Lincoln in his endeavors to'-maintain the Union." Mr. J. L. Dpymock- commencediby stating that in]ihis nc# Mr. Irving, as the opener of the debate *it.the affirmative, had failed to give any regdon why we should show sympathy wi'thj'?esidentLincoln and the North; and as theldioner, therefore, of the negative lsidd tcIt felt .:rather at a loss, for.there were 'iodpoints to answer. or rebut, and without points of dispute to warm his blood, he felt some dillculty in opening. However, he would just state a few of his reasons for takingtheo negative side. First, it had all along .appeared to be the policy of Mllr. Lin...
IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
liiro hPTAo 'To VYOLUNTEERS. WAR Orancc OlarII.-EiUuo uAui AssuinAoce SOCIFETY.-I"An' iimpor inovemcnnt has been undebtakcn by.tlh Governmont in re forence to volunteer cbsi. It has been decided?': omplof tlidejutants as inilitary accountants,' and to ruire them, in that capacity to re n4 account for all ,ubli ?o s'lcf'nay be remitted to them for thae' i f the corps to whom they respc tiv py 1og. " In order to the due o erfor f te financial duties to be entrusted to thbm, thoe War Oflce has notified to 'each oftleo Ofliors holding thes tppointient, tha guirteo~i ill be rc to bo:provided sthom! ith'one or o the followingmo le :-1.' The sum of £° to be dcpositcdin the Pnblic Fuds ; or, 2. A policy to be btaincd from the European Assurance Sodiety for £500; or, 3. T'wo bonds of suroeties for £500 each; 4. The bonds of ono unrety for £500, and it policy of the Eurqbean Assurance Society for £250." P st Alfaghzine and Insurance Printiedl by the P'repriutors JosePh W?VSrON & COe a...
CAVOUR'S ESTIMATE OF NAPOLEON III. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
CAVOirJI'S ESTIMATE OF NAPOLEON III. Os the character and policy of Louis Napoleon he ,was ,accustomed to speak with much freedom.' No, ono had better. opportunities than Cavour of sounding their depths. He was the only living man who had ventured to grapple with imi face to face, and who had used him for 'lis purpose. The estillite hle had formed of his capacity was not a higli one; but hefully admitted his fertility of resource, his physical. and moral courage, and his knowledge of the people he governs. " He has no definite policy," he'remarked to an English friend. "lIe has a nuiber of political ideas floating in his mind,' none of them 'matured. They would seem to be convictions, founded upon instinct.. "He will not steadily pur sue any single idea if a serious object presents itself, but will give way and take up another. This is the mot de/l'enigme to his policy. :It is'by steadily keeping this in view that I hive succeededin thlwar ing his designs, or in inducing 'him to ado...
COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
COURT OF REQUESTS. , DiP. I'Hamilton sued Alexander'Armstrong for the amount of £10 ilue for medical attendance, on tihe occasion, of defendant having broken his leg'about 1.2 months ago. )efeundant had paid the amount to the Clerk of the Court the preceding evening. Plain till' sought to recover the amount of ex penses to which he had been put in corming to Kiania to prosecute his claim.; Hie hli been at the est of providing professionna substitutes in some inportaunt cases which he had in hand ih Sydney. Armnstrong said he had been waiting in vain for some tiine for instructions as to the person to whom the debt was to be paid. he believed MIr. Emery was authorised to receive itv . and had called at Mr. E.'s, but was unable to soe lhil. Plaintiff thought it was the. defeddant's business to make known to him wlien and how he wais going to pay the debt, anlndhad been waitin for ]him to do so, but in vain.: He.: had thero fore at last obtained a summ6ns. Mr. Chapsmasi doubted if the ...
KIAMA PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 25TH AUGUST. (Before Messrs. Hindmarsh, Chapman, and Kendall.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
I:Ai?LA PETTY SESSIONS. TurSDnxi 2Ti r AUGUST. (B?for"?'Msssrd Hindnmrslh, Chapman, and • Kendall.) T. Stephenson was birought up by con stable. Chishohn on a chairge of having been drunk and unable to take care of himself in the streelts of ~iuna :on the previous'even in. .As it did not appear that the accused had hiean disgpyrcily-"liaving been, in tact according to tihe ntatement of the constable, too drunk for that, he was discharged with, an admonition against following such prac tices for the fiutunr, as, althougl the pre Cent law pr'escribed no1 penalty for more dtrunkelness,it waslikely that afortheoming Act would be more stringent.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
SPO?iT I G.' The foot race between W. Kelly and W. Graham, which should have beein run sonme weeks ago, and halis ever since-been a sub ject of dispute, more or less, aluong our sporting mene, was at length runs on Tluns day last, on thle reserve at the back of tihe ]Eigglish Church, iadl was won by Graiham. It is said, hoiwever, in some quarters that the alnhir after all wals not got through in the spirit of honest sport. On this point we venture to express no opinion. It is a pleasure to us tofin manly ad il l athletic exercises encolurlageid; and we regret to see the disputes, rccriminations, the squabbles, and the p' pointing," which so oftenL arise to bring these thinlgs into disrepute. We suppose our cricketinig friends will soon'be recommneiing thilir practice, and shiall'be glad to chronicle two or three good matches this season. We puresent from the various English publications some articles on this iiauily game, which will be rcad with plea sure, no doubt, by all who are a...
MAIL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
MAIL ROBBERY. Thou' i ithis.? aistrict ie appear to be tolerably sesiio from gangs of armed'blsh-i rangers, an 'incident has. lately occurred which reiinds ui that extensive robberies may be perpetrated on the roads otherwise then "under arms.", One Johnl O'Bricn, who had. been employed for some time by Mr. English in carrying the mail-bags be tween' Dapt o:aindj. hoalhavcn, iso now in custody, oi suspicion of being concerned in a robberyy of no ordinary kind. WVe mcerel. foe the preseint gHive an outline of slich lalts its lhae tui'ned lip, Witliout pre tending,' before the cased shsll have been investigated,; to say Where the guilt lies, or what is the true character of the trans. action. On Tuesday morning Inst, Mr. WYhittingham, of the Commercial Bailk, wras surprised at having presdnted:for play ment a single half-note. Tlio person whlio brought.:it was Mr. J. O'Mdarda ;of' ilih Sportsman's Arms, Jamberod, who mnished for.ten shillings in exchange. Mr. Whit tingham, on referrin...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
.GýLRDYENE'S CALENDAR. 'ti' `.;SEPT1 \tltlnE j ,+ T cn .l5 ,GEs lRl.t-.2SOO pol?or, Fonhclt b-oons, cnlbnge O ottuc, csrot, prsulp, turnlp,; roll i radish,sptnncl h tomatoes, aopsicmas,"e &c. l'lnt potatoes, cabbnage, lettuce artllholks, celery, parsley, and herbs. Sow molons, ecumnbers, pmolltoins, &c. Keep down weeds, pulvcris the soil, and Irrigate. OacllAnn.-Orange, lemon, and almost nillt evergren, fruit tres aony be transplanted; Ilo not koep theml longront of ground thano necessary. In warm sltnn tloos, lcherrios, nearly plunms, loqunt, and strawbcrrlds' ripen about tihe end of this month. " RFlowan tWE tqooo.-Cotlliuo o plntlns lilies, crinoins, and otoher bulbs. TFlowering shrubs may still be trans planted with can. llyaoinths, tulips, anemloneos, and ranonelosses bloom this month: protect them from too msoh heat at mid-day, as also in boisterous weather. Plannt dnlhlis In good rich soil. Weed and wato.: Vy? rnto.--Destroy caterpilnars, &c., aod keep...